Can someone explain to me what the differences and yellow allowances are between an Anery cornsnake and a sunkissed anery corn snake. My 4 month old female corn snake just started showing vibrant yellow and small amounts of red down her sides starting on the sides of her face. She did not have these colors when I got her at 2 months old. She does have the usual powdered black gray saddle marks down her back on a flat light gray body. My suspicion is that the breeder thought his anery sunkissed did not successfully breed with the Anery mother, when in fact he did and there is a dual parent clutch in this scenario or her mom was het sunkissed anery.
Sunkissed disrupts both pattern and changes color (to varying degrees, depending on what morph it’s paired with). Typically, sunkissed aneries develop quite a bit of yellow and/or pink in the body color. Regular aneries without sunkissed usually will develop yellow along the sides of the neck. Anery shouldn’t have actual red, regardless of whether sunkissed is present or not. Sunkissed will have a very distinctive saddle shape and a break in the cheek stripe behind the eyes.
Can you post a picture of yours? Sunkissed is pretty easy to visually pick out.
Here’s a quick, not great picture of my sunkissed anery to compare. She’s not full grown yet, so I expect more yellow and pink to develop as she grows.
Compared to a regular anery:
Lol these photos were very hard to get. Her breeder did tell me last night she should be a motley anery het sunkissed. Her mom was motley anery het sunkissed, her dad was anery sunkissed. He also said that he has had babies from that pair in the past pop up as sunkissed, because he can’t tell 100% of the time when theyre just hatched due to their size.
Yup, anery motley looks correct. No visual sunkissed.